International SEPT Alumni Conference 2015

Celebrating 40 years of German-Vietnamese Diplomatic relationship, the International Small Enterprise Promotion and Training Program (SEPT) of the Leipzig University is organizing the International Alumni Seminar on "Economic & scientific cooperation between German and Vietnamese enterprises and institutions" from 24th to 26th November 2015 in Leipzig.

Around 40 Vietnamese Alumni from the MBA in SME Development, which is offered in Leipzig, Hanoi and Ho chi Minh City in cooperation with the School of International Education of the Hanoi University of Science and Technology and the Vietnamese-German University in Ho Chi Minh City respectively are attending this seminar. Following a long tradition, Alumni from the Master Program in Vocational Education and Personnel Capacity Building of the Technical University Dresden are also taking part of the Alumni Seminar.

On the first day of the seminar (Tuesday 24th November 2015), Vietnamese business persons who are running their business successfully in Germany for long time share their experiences on the theme of "Vietnamese Business in Germany".

On second day of the seminar (Wednesday 25th November 2015), experts and consultants on "E-commerce and Online Marking" will deliver number of presentations which will give the Alumni a clear over view about online business in Germany.

On the last day (Thursday 26th November 2015), Alumni will have good chance to contacting and visiting the potential partners in Germany.





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